Many older gamers out there will fondly recall the Commodore64. It's clash against the Sinclair Spectrum was the first real "battle" between two giants vying for power, in a market significantly smaller then the videogames industry of today.

Unfortunately, the popularity of the Commodore64's successor, the Amiga, could not be replicated, and the release of the CD32 saw Commodore crumpling in 1994.

Now, however, Commodore have confirmed that a new range of gaming PC's featuring the Commodore brand will make an appearance at CeBit 2007, Commodore Gaming promise further "exciting" announcements surrounding the product that have yet to be revealed.

Bala Keilman, CEO for Commodore Gaming, commented "25 years ago, Commodore launched the best selling personal computer of the late 20th Century, the C64, and defined the early computer games experience for millions of people worldwide. We are privileged and excited to bring the Commodore brand back to the gaming community and mark a new chapter in its history with this exceptional machine. We're sure that it will deliver what gamers need and want."